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SBD/Issue 13/Front Page
Published September 29, 2004
“People don’t want to be living in Tokyo or Times Square here.”
Attorney Knoll Lowney, who represents a group looking to remove the large Qwest signs from the Seahawks’ stadium (SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, 9/29).